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  • The Presentation and Keynote bible

    5
    By Tiff Sunbacon
    Ol' MacSparky's done it again. This, the latest of the MacSparky Field Guides, is the best yet. If you even think you might one day give a presentation you should read this wonderful ebook. As well as sound and practical advice, the book also serves as a great guide to using Keynote. You owe it to your next audience to read this.
  • First class

    5
    By beaterm
    Another outstanding offering from Mr. Sparks - clear, concise and full of helpful advice on how to prepare & give great presentations for anyone thinking of doing this, no matter what level you’re at as a presenter. As a relative novice personally, I especially enjoyed the non-application centric sections on structuring and managing the content. The sections on preparation and back up strategies is especially useful!
  • Master Keynote and be a better presenter

    5
    By Light 365
    David has done a great job explaining how to use Keynote as a working professional. One of the best parts of the book is the number of screencasts and videos which show exactly how to pull off the effects he describes. He also includes a wealth of practical advice about how to connect your mac, present well and be ready for disaster. I'll be recommending this to all my friends who are new to Keynote. Excellent value.
  • Excellent Advice and Consul

    5
    By Rmschne
    David has done a terrific job. Where does he find the time? This is a highly recommended book. He clearly "breaks" many ingrained rules about "powerpoints" (of course he focuses on Keynote), but these rules are worthly of being broken. He makes a point about how is presentations in Keynote are noticed as "different" than others using other tools. At some point when his new rules become the rules to break, we'll be ahead of the game then too. My only quibble is the increased (compared to previous books) on yet more video ... I really like "speed-reading" and it's still not possible "speed-view" videos. 21st Century, I guess. I have to get over it.

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